Proxy in xfce
A. C. Censi
accensi at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 20:21:35 UTC 2017
One alternative is to create some envronment variables like it is described
inthe first section of
They even refer it as a good solution for XFCE. It was what I used whem I
was a XFCE or xubuntu user.
On Jan 5, 2017 6:04 PM, "Richard Elkins" <richard.elkins at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you are using Firefox to access sites through a proxy (E.g. at work),
> you can get to a proxy set-up as follows:
> - In Firefox, click on the Open Menu icon (3 parallel lines, at far
> - Click on on Preferences
> - Click on Advanced
> - Click on Network
> - Click on Connection
> By default, Firefox is set up for No Proxy. Have at it.
> On 01/04/2017 01:25 PM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
> On 27/12/16 00:42, kamyab sotude wrote:
> Iam new in xfce desktop,before i use gnome, kde an unity but now i try xfce
> I was wundering why there is no gui for proxy to set socks or https in
> xfce its so bad
> Why ?
> I don't use proxies, so I don't know if there isn't a tool. However, if
> that is the case, then I guess the team hasn't thought it's required – and
> to be honest, you are the first one to ask one.
> If you want to make Xubuntu better for those who need a GUI to set up a
> proxy, please propose something – like which GUI you would prefer and for
> what reasons – and start a discussion. (Telling our volunteers the current
> situation is "so bad" isn't a helpful attitude, and likely won't yield the
> results you are looking for).
> Waiting for your proposal and contribution to the project!
> Pasi Lallinaho (knome) › http://open.knome.fi/
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